Spanish architect and photographer Jorge Yeregui investigates minimum landscapes.
I really like the symmetry of the lines in this picture in contrast with the natural shapes of plants. Moreover, the inside of this greenhouse building still seems real, while the exterior looks like a render. My personal interpretation of this minimum landscape is the greenhouse function that this building has. Plants, are not only decorative, but they live and grow protected by the glass walls. The symbiosis permits the plant to grow and give nice shade during the summer, and they will let the sun in during the winter. Don't really know what is this building function...but to me, looks like a meditative space, a covered square where to play and stay together.